This has been one of our most challenging pieces, to date. As folks have asked on a few occasions if we can make a custom light fixture for over a pool table, we have tried solving the problem of glass bottles and down lights functioning both at the same time. It’s not a very condusive style for pool table lighting.
For this fixture, we opted for a solid shade over the lightbulbs to avoid blasting light from the sides and into the eyes of those standing nearby.
We’re really happy with the outcome and are going to put this fixture up for sale very soon.
Working a very cool client on a brand new pool table light design. It’s very important to consider the necessary function of this type of fixture while giving is a totally “outside the box” custom style. It’s going to be epic. Most excellent pics to follow.
We’re really happy with the installation back east in this beautiful custom log home that was built in the rural countryside east of Philadelphia. Here are a couple of our favorite fixtures.
The ring is 6′ in diameter and has a real industrial age chandelier feel. We used a series of steel rings to create one large circle, and wrapped the whole thing with curved bands of walnut wood.
This was a really cool project that was brought to me by Michelle Black at http://mishkablack.com. She found a bunch of stuff in an old farmhouse that was about to be torn down and immediately thought about some sort of cool chandelier. Luckily, I had that large metal strap from a wine barrel that a friend gave me only a few days prior. After a little bit of geometry and an afternoon of patience, I managed to figure out how to fit a couple of christmas lights carefully into the jars and around the circles evenly. I call it…
The masses have spoken. We’re proud to unveil our very first floor lamp. This fixture stands 3’ tall at its lowest point, but is adjustable up to 5’ in height.
Just acquired a really nice shot of the Royal York Hotel renovation in the UK with our most famous product line, The Warehouser Pulley Pendant Chandelier. We sent 32 of these fixtures for the new bar area.
Folks rarely ask for these awesome 209 Gin Bottles for their custom chandeliers, but we just love the way the glass bottles look with fancy lightbulbs inside. We’ll post the picture of this completed custom unique bottle chandelier.
I have these large chunks of walnut hardwood laying around the shop. Coupled with these great pieces of stained glass that I acquired, I built these block night lights. Pretty cool.
We just can’t get enough of the canning jar sconces, featured here with a Ball Jar in teal and a pulley wheel finished in copper. The backing plate is black, to match a package of lamps that are to be installed in a new custom home in Arizona. We’re looking forward to seeing that interior once it’s complete.
Yep, these are right up you’re alley, if you’re looking for a unique twist on the ever popular canning jar, mason jar or ball jar farmhouse lights. We weathered the metal to give that worn of the ages feel and these will be sent to a fresh farm to table restaurant in Georgia.